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Principles and practice of Clinical parasitology - Gillespie S.

Gillespie S. Principles and practice of Clinical parasitology - Wiley publishing , 2001. - 675 p.
ISBN 0-471-97729-2
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tissue biopsies, Toxoplasma gondii detection in 127,128 tissue culture isolation of Toxoplasma gondii 128 TNFa see tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNFa) TNP-470 190 Todd, John 18 toluidine blue 187, p.iv, p.v Toxocara spp. life-cycle 502-3
T. canis in the dog 503-4 T. canis in paratenic hosts 504 T. cati in the cat 504 morphology 502 pathogenesis 504 excretory-secretory antigens 505, 506 taxonomy 502 toxocaral eye disease see ocular larva migrans toxocariasis clinical features asthma 513 covert toxocariasis 512 epilepsy 512, 513
learning and behavioural abnormalities 512 ocular larva migrans 511-12 transient myositis 513 visceral larva migrans 511 covert 502, 512 epidemiology
of ocular larva migrans 510 ova in soil 509-10 rodents 510-11
seroprevalence studies see seroprevalence studies, toxocariasis
history 501 covert toxocariasis 502 ocular larva migrans 501-2 visceral larva migrans 501 immunology 506 antibody responses 506-7 liver trapping 507 laboratory diagnosis 511,513 of ocular larva migrans 514-15 PCR 514 serology 513-14 organisms see Toxocara spp. prevention 516 treatment 515 dogs 515
ocular larva migrans 515-16 visceral larva migrans 515 toxoplasmosis clinical syndromes
acute disease in adults 122-3 congenital disease 123-4, 125, 132 disease in immunocompromised patients 124, 125-6
ocular disease 124, 125 control 133 diagnosis
brain imaging studies 126, 127, 128 isolation in tissue culture 128 mouse inoculation 128 PCR 128 serology 129, 130-1 tissue biopsies 126, 127, 128 differential diagnosis 129 epidemiology 117 history 113-14 immunology 120, 121 therapy and management congenital disease 132 drugs 131
immunocompetent patients 131-2 immunocompromised patients 132-3 in pregnancy 132 Toxoplasma gondii 113 actin 119 classification 114 gliding motility 118,119 inner membrane complex 119, 120 interactions with host cells 116, 118, 119, 120 life-cycle 114-15, 116 novel myosins 118 pathogenesis 121-2 plant-like characteristics 114 population genetics 115,116 Trachipleistophora spp. 174-5, 176, 177, 178 life-cycle 173 sites of infection 181
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transforming growth factor-P (TGFP) 295, 339-40 transmission typing procedure 601 transmission-blocking malarial vaccines 92 transplacental transmission
Toxocara canis larvae 504, 505 Toxoplasma gondii 123 trematode larva migrans 425 triatomine vectors 336, 337, 338, 340, 345 Trichinella spp. differing clinical pictures 528-9 life-cycle of T. spiralis 522 pathogenesis of T. spiralis 523 taxonomy 521, 522, 523 trichinellosis
clinical features 526
cardiovascular manifestations 527 convalescent phase 528 enteric phase 526 laboratory parameters 528 myalgias 527-8 neurologic manifestations 527 ocular manifestations 527 parenteral phase 526-7 in pregnancy 528 pulmonary manifestations 527 severity and prognosis 528-9 diagnosis clinical 529 parasite detection 529 serology 530 epidemiology 524-6, p.viii history 8, 521 immunology 523-4 organisms see Trichinella spp. prevention and control 531 treatment 530-1 trichomonads 243 ectopic infections 263-4 see also specific species Trichomonas hominis see Pentatrichomonas hominis Trichomonas tenax description 244, 256 ectopic infections 263, 264 epidemiology 257 immunology 257 laboratory diagnosis 256, 257 pathogenesis 256 Trichomonas vaginalis classification 245-6 description 243-5 ectopic infections 263, 264 history 243 immunology 248-9 molecular biology 249-50 pathogenesis 246 hormonal influence 246
roles in other conditions 247-8 virulence factors 246-7 survival outside the body 252 trichomoniasis clinical features in men 253 in women 252-3 clinical management 254-5 control 256 epidemiology prevalence 250 transmission 250-2 laboratory diagnosis antigen tests 254 culture 254 PCR 254
staining techniques 254 wet-film examination 253-4 organism see Trichomonas vaginalis prevention 255-6 transmission
non-sexual 251-2 sexual 250-1 to children 252 Trichostrongylus spp. 576 see also intestinal nematodes Trichuris trichiura clinical features of infection 572 description 571 history 571 life-cycle 572 see also intestinal nematodes triclabendazole 420, 429
trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TXS) treatment cyclosporiasis 168 isoporiasis 158 toxoplasmosis prophylaxis 133 trimetrexate 109 trophozoites
Acanthamoeba spp. 272, 273, 275, 279, 281 Balamuthia mandrillaris 272-3, 275 Cryptosporidium parvum 141, 142 Entamoeba histolytica 198, 199, 200, 201, 203 detection 208, 209, 210 Giardia lamblia 219-21, 222, 224 culture and sensitivity testing 230-1 Naegleria fowleri 271, 272, 274, 278, 280 Plasmodium spp. 55, 58, 59, 60 tropical pulmonary eosinophilia (TPE) 435, 439, 444 tropical splenomegaly syndrome 61 Trypanosoma brucei biochemistry 316-18 classification 315-16 epidemiology
East African trypanosomiasis 326-7 endemic foci 325
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Trypanosoma brucei (cont) epidemiology (cont) epidemics 325
geographical distribution 325-6 remote sensing and climatic data 45-6 West African trypanosomiasis 326 life-cycle 318, 319, 320 molecular biology 322-3, 324-5 pathology 318, 320 phylogeny 316 structure 316
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